David Bernstein, the new president of the Jewish Council on Public Affairs, wrote last week about an important phenomenon impacting campus activism and debate around the Israeli-Palestinian conflict: intersectionality.91
EDITORIAL: The brave story told by Marc Gafni’s alleged victim is a clarion call to reform New York’s restrictive statute of limitations for sex crimes. Shouldn’t we be giving victims every chance to win justice — instead of protecting abusers?13
After speaking to Israeli poet Haim Gouri about his reasons for rejecting the ‘Zionist Works of Art’ prize, Eetta Prince-Gibson explains why his decision was incredibly Zionist.45
I picked up my first copy of The New Republic as a teenager in 1993. The cover featured a caricature of Ross Perot as a salivating bug with the teaser “Pox Populi.” The magazine was smart, cheeky, disputatious and highbrow. It was also very Jewish.
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